World-famous and celebrated cabaret, Crazy Horse Paris, will return to The Parisian Macao’s The Parisian Theatre from September 25 to October 5 with its best of show, Forever Crazy in Macao.
Forever Crazy in Macao celebrates more than 65 years of Parisian glamour. Inspired by themes of femininity and sophistication, Macau audiences will experience the most popular acts from the legendary cabaret, presented by a multicultural cast of 11 beautiful, classically trained dancers wearing little more than textured lighting and projection.
Forever Crazy was conceived in 1951 as a tribute to the founder of Crazy Horse Paris, Alain Bernardin, and celebrates the cabaret’s artistic and avant- garde heritage while adding modernity, humor and sophistication. The performances are accentuated by original music and stylish costumes tailor-made for each dancer.
Tickets go on sale on May 23 at all Cotai Ticketing box offices.
MGM reigns in Hofex hong kong international culinary classics 2019
The MGM Culinary Team swept eight awards – three Gold, two Silver and two Bronze – in the prestigious Hong Kong International Culinary Classic (HKICC) at HOFEX 2019 this May, according to a statement from the gaming operator.
Among strong competition from Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Taiwan, Sous Chef Kwan Wing Fat from Imperial Court of MGM Macau obtained a Golden Bauhinia Cup, which is the most prestigious award in Chinese Cuisine category.
Meanwhile, Ip Wai Teng from Pastry & Bakery at MGM Cotai won a Gold with Distinction award by scoring full marks, being the only Gold with Distinction winner in this internationally-acclaimed competition.
Geoffrey Simmons, Director of Culinary of MGM, applauded the team’s achievements. “I am incredibly proud of the team who spent almost 800 hours preparing well for the competition, and the success is the culmination of the past three months of continuous hard work and dedication of both participants and their trainers,” he said. “Their outstanding results […]are a testament to MGM’s on-going commitment to nurturing talent diversity for Macau.”